This past Friday 17th of February, King Kaka continued his quest to ensure that 100,000+ girls stay in school. As one of the activities in his 100 School Tour dubbed The Story Of A King; he started the nobble initiative at North Highridge Primary and Secondary schools.
Along with his partners, King Kaka distributed 732 packs of sanitary towels as donated by Kitengela International School. This means that 180 students will be able to remain in class for a term. Other partners-Better4Kenya, had talks with the girls on dealing with menstruation hygiene challenges while King Kaka encouraged the young lads by telling his story and thus inspiring the boys to reach their highest potential.
King Kaka believes that every child deserves a future. Those influential in society should play their part in ensuring that each child gets the opportunity to study.
As part of his Story of A King school tour, King Kaka in partnership with Kubamba, seek to visit 55 high schools and 45 universities. Watch out for more details on this.
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Better 4 Kenya, Kitengela International School, Kubamba among others.